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Mega Starforce Remix   [1994]

Mega Starforce Remix Released by :

Release Date :
July 1994

Type :
C64 Crack

Videosystem: PAL only
Proper release: OK


User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Deejay of Elite
Music .... Thomas Detert of X-Ample Architectures
Graphics .... Big User of Airwolf-Team, Knights of Bytes
  Michael Detert of X-Ample Architectures
  Thomas Heinrich of X-Ample Architectures
Design .... LightSide of Airwolf-Team
  ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Idea .... MacGyver of Airwolf-Team
  ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Storyboard .... MacGyver of Airwolf-Team
  ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Linking .... ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team
Concept .... ThunderBlade of Airwolf-Team

SIDs used in this release :
Kowox 3(/MUSICIANS/M/MHD/Kowox_3.sid)
Magic Disk 64 (1993/06)(/MUSICIANS/D/Detert_Thomas/Magic_Disk_64_1993_06.sid)

Intro used in this crack:
DownloadAirwolf Blasts Hughes 500 by Airwolf-Team

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/60479/Mega Starforce Remix +1 Docs RAM [AWT].zip (downloads: 909)

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User Comment
Submitted by ThunderBlade on 3 May 2002
Dear Se7en,
Remixes have been quite common in the past. For example Arkanoid II by Fairlight, or the famous Commando II by DSE. Maybe you haven't been in the scene at that time, so you couldn't know. Anyway, I advise you to get real - there are much more important things in the world than this. So why are you so serious about it? It's all about fun, not? Have you commented all those cracks, in which the crackergroups act as if they are more important than the authors of the games? If not, do it first before posting such a comment...
User Comment
Submitted by Seven on 3 May 2002
how lame can you get? "remixing" an X-Ample game, labeling it as "C64 Game" and crediting yourself for idea, design and concept?
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